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Severe pain in the joints with parvo virus infection. Wearing morphine patch everyday. Need stronger medication

i have the most excruating pain in all my joint with parvo virus, and i also have 3 other viruses in my body, they did not know what they are. i wear a morphine patch every day, and when i cant bear it no more, i take panadeine forte, do you know anything i can do? i also take a herbal tea, and was thinking about getting a ifra red sauna , please help me di
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Hello.In severe pain, the most powerful analgesic that exists (more than morphine) is fentanyl.Besides the drug that you take by mouth is not powerful for your pain.I treat my patients with Fentanyl patch 50 mcg+Morphine by mouth 10 mg four a day-if is necessary- when very severe pain is the diagnosis.
Please consult your local doctor for a prescription.
I wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 14 Jul 2013
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